History

Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, Kentucky is the home of the Louisville Bats. The 13,131-seat ballpark opened in 2000 and cost $40 million to build. Louisville Slugger Field is 325 ft to left field, 405 ft to center field, and 340 ft to right field.

Louisville Slugger Field is home to 11,522 permanent seats, 1,609 picnic area and berm seats, 32 private suites, and 850 club seats. The stadium also features a concourse as well.

In addition to being the home of the Louisville Bats, Louisville Slugger Field is also home to the United Soccer League’s Louisville City FC. The ballpark also hosted the 2008 Triple-A All-Star Game and in 2009 was the site of a concert headlined by Bob Dylan, John Mellencamp, and Willie Nelson.

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